We fight trafficking and heal trauma by mobilizing communities and strengthening families.
To overcome the cycle of exploitation and brokenness with wholeness and freedom.
here’s how we break the cycle.
Prayer is the fuel and foundation for everything we do. Our Up & Out Project uses individual and collective prayer as a strategy to combat exploitation and trauma.
we strengthen families.
Our Resilient Families Project equips families for wholeness and life-long success with 18 months of mentoring and training.
we restore survivors.
Our holistic care projects empower healing communities by restoring, reintegrating, and resourcing those who need healing.
we raise up leaders.
In all of our projects, we empower staff, families, youth, and survivors to become leaders and agents of healing in their communities.
Love – We actively and unconditionally love others because God first loved us.
Growth – We passionately pursue personal and organizational growth through continual improvement, rigorous assessment and on-going learning.
Impact – We diligently pursue long term results over short term gains and prioritize opportunities that result in sustained transformation and multiplication.
Integrity – We hold ourselves and each other accountable to consistently pursuing holiness and living with our words and actions aligned.
Prayer and Worship – We tenaciously follow the leadership of God and build friendship with Him through prayer and worship.
We choose depth over width.
We choose eternity over now.
We choose right over easy.
We choose God’s justice over our justice.
We choose collaboration over credit.
History and Team
Ezekiel Rain started with two families passionate to see justice come forth among trafficking survivors in Thailand. As the families met and prayed, a vision was birthed that saw people delivered from slavery, fully restored within families and changing nations while living as sons and daughters of the King.
After a year of preparing, two scouting trips, lots of counsel and establishing Ezekiel Rain as a 501c3 in the U.S., the founders and their families landed in Thailand in February 2010 to lift Jesus high and serve the precious people of the land. In August 2012, Ezekiel Rain was officially recognized as a Thai foundation (Thai name: ครอบครัวพร้อมรักษ์). Then, the first aftercare restoration home was opened in October 2012 in Chiang Rai, Thailand. Finally, we received our Thai certification as an anti-trafficking organization in October 2014.
Ezekiel Rain is governed by a board of directors (7 members located throughout the U.S. and Thailand) and we have a Thai board of directors (5 members) that oversees our foundation in Thailand. Currently our operations are based in Thailand with support functions in the USA. Our Field team is comprised of 12 Thai nationals and 4 foreign volunteers, including 2 founders.
why ezekiel rain?
Our name is taken from Ezekiel 34:25-28 in the Bible and paints a picture of our hope for all who have been exploited and abused.
“I will make with them a covenant of peace and banish wild beasts from the land, so that they may dwell securely in the wilderness and sleep in the woods. And I will make them and the places all around my hill a blessing, and I will send down the showers in their season; they shall be showers of blessing. And the trees of the field shall yield their fruit, and the earth shall yield its increase, and they shall be secure in their land. And they shall know that I am the Lord, when I break the bars of their yoke, and deliver them from the hand of those who enslaved them. They shall no more be a prey to the nations, nor shall the beasts of the land devour them. They shall dwell securely, and none shall make them afraid.
Our name in Thai is ครอบครัวพร้อมรักษ์ (Khropkrua Prom Rak). It means to prepare or equip families to be places of healing/restoration/love, which is a picture of our both our work and our vision.
how we communicate
We know that the issues of trafficking and sex slavery are hot topics and ones that generate a lot of interest and a host of emotional responses. There are many images, stories and statistics that sensationalize and sometimes even perpetuate exploitation, often unintentionally. Therefore, we continually evaluate our motives and intent regarding the stories and information we share with others. Ezekiel Rain chooses to honor well the people and work we do through our communication and actions. We commit to ethical, truthful storytelling that protects the confidentiality, safety and integrity of those we serve.